Happy Meals for Hungry Children this Christmas

A microproject by Water, Agroforestry, Nutrition and Development Foundation


Hungry children in remote areas that we are serving shall partake of sumptuous meal this Christmas season in order to make them happy. The meal will be served by our teams and volunteers and will comprise fried chicken, rice, roasted pig, candies, chocolates and native delicacies. We will also provide toys and slippers for the children. We will target 2,500 children to be served by this initiative.

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Children in remote barrios regularly eat salted or dried fish or they have no viand at all except for some vegetables found in the backyard. This project will solve their yearning for Filipino delicacies at least this holiday season.


We will provide home-cooked Filipino delicacies to hungry children in our project areas. The menu will include roasted pig, fried chicken, special noodles, chocolates, candies and pastries. Our staff and volunteers will prepare the food and will organize food festivals in the barrios.

Long-Term Impact

The El Nino is not a regular occurrence but comes every 7-9 years or so. If our beneficiaries will be able to survive this El Nino occurrence and be successful in raising their crops again, then hunger and malnutrition will be abetted.



Organization Information

Water, Agroforestry, Nutrition and Development Foundation

Location: Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental - Philippines
Website: http:/​/​mindaterrapretabiochar.blogspot.com
Project Leader:
Cora Sayre
Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental Philippines

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